Asparagus spp., Asparagus or Foxtail Fern, A longtime favorite for adding texture to spaces indoors and out,
asparagus fern is so versatile, you can grow it as a houseplant or
outside in hanging baskets and container gardens. The plant's fine
texture looks great no matter where you grow it!
Indoors, asparagus fern hangs beautifully from baskets in front of
windows. It's also a fine choice for coffee tables and other large
horizontal surfaces. Upright varieties, such as foxtail fern, are
perfect for small planters on desks or tabletops, as well as larger
planters on the floor.
Outdoors, asparagus fern is a favorite plant to use in mixed containers.
Its rich color accents most flowers and its fine texture makes
asparagus fern a welcome addition to container gardens. You can also
grow it in large hanging baskets to decorate shaded front porches and
Indoors, grow asparagus fern in a medium to bright spot. In Southern
areas, it's best to shield asparagus from a lot of direct sun. Water
asparagus fern regularly; the leaves will turn brown and crispy if it
doesn't receive enough water.
Outdoors, asparagus fern does well in shade or part shade. It can take
full sun if it stays relatively moist. Regular watering is important,
especially if you grow asparagus fern in hanging baskets.
Indoors: High light Indoors: Medium light Outside: Part sun Outside: Shade Outside: Sun